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Jacquard Fabric & Brocades

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  1. Moth Wing Jacquard #2444
    Special Price US$5.15 Regular Price US$6.87 /yard

  2. Chocolate Liquorice Crocodile Jacquard #1345
    Special Price US$5.60 Regular Price US$7.46 /yard

  3. Madame Jacquard Bengaline- Burgundy
    Special Price US$6.72 Regular Price US$8.96 /yard

  4. Madame Jacquard Bengaline- Taupe
    Special Price US$6.72 Regular Price US$8.96 /yard

  5. Fossil Cotton Blend Brocade Suiting- Lime Stripe
    Special Price US$6.72 Regular Price US$8.96 /yard

  6. Fossil Cotton Blend Brocade Suiting- Royal Blue Stripe
    Special Price US$6.72 Regular Price US$8.96 /yard

  7. Jaquard Stripe Sateen- Champagne
    Special Price US$5.60 Regular Price US$7.46 /yard

  8. Charlie Brown Checkered Brocade
    Special Price US$3.91 Regular Price US$5.21 /yard

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Jacquard Fabric and Brocade Fabrics

All of the jacquards & brocades in this category have come to The Remnant Warehouse as designer remnant rolls from designers who had excess stock at the end of their production run. By purchasing these fabrics, you're helping to lower the waste and environmental impact the production of textiles and clothing has on the environment. Being a designer remnant means that we have a finite amount available (which will vary from roll to roll) and once it has sold out it is normally gone forever- so don't hesitate if you were planning to purchase more, as it may not be around next time you visit.

What's the difference between an jacquard fabric and a brocade fabric?

When we have used the term jacquard, the back of the fabric is normally a reverse of the design on the face so it could potentially be utilised on both sides, where as brocades generally have a very distinguishing face to the fabric, with the back not as presentable as the face. While a brocase essentially is a jacquard fabric, we have used these 2 terms on our website to distinguish between which fabrics could use used either side and which are one sided.